Darwin came to his ideas not by the evidence but by an a priori ideology that dictated methodological naturalism and philosophical materialism.
In The Philosophical Breakfast Club, Laura J. Snyder feels compelled to make the founders of modern science Darwin-friendly.
Plantinga has decided that modern evolution is whatever he chooses to make it by citing his favored sources.
Maxwell breathed new life into natural theology and helped in some measure to sustain the design argument in Victorian England.
There appear to be only two possible reasons for Wallace’s conspicuous absence in Jerry Coyne’s book.